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This position is located in the Washington Field Office, Office of Domestic Operations, Bureau of Diplomatic Security. This position has been established with responsibility for the systematic research, analysis, and interpretation of intelligence data to detect trends in visa and passport fraud that aid in the investigation, targeting, and disruption of individuals and groups involved in the fraudulent production, distribution, and/or use of travel documents used to gain unlawful entry into the U.S. This position has continuing responsibility for a less complex geographic or functional area, and performs on a recurring basis a variety of tasks for a more complex project.
-Collects, organizes, and analyzes intelligence data dealing with suspected fraudulent use of U.S. Consular issued documents. Under the guidance of the Unit Leader, validates intelligence information and prepares a record of the validation process.
-Analyzes data related to suspected fraud and prepares descriptive analyses used in reaching conclusions about the probability of fraud having been committed.
-Participates in evaluating the potential impact of fraud trends on the process for issuing travel documents. Drafts portions of reports that predict new or emerging fraud trends and other related developments of interest to the travel document fraud program.
-Maintains databases used by the office to store and retrieve information used on a regular basis. Ensures that the information entered into and contained in the databases is current and accurate.
-Under the guidance of the Unit Leader, participates on interagency intelligence research projects and attends committees and working groups meetings pertinent to the document fraud area.